Deductive and Inductive Theory?


Inductive theory is comprised of predictions that are based on observations. Deductive theory, however, is based on reasoning from one or more premises to reach a logical conclusion. Deductive reasoning comes from general statements, while inductive theory comes from specific examples.
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Deductive takes the facts and finds an answer. Detectives usually use this method. Inductive takes the answer and finds the question.
"Theory" is too broad! Let take an example for you to understand "inductive and deductive". In grammar, for example, "inductive grammar" is used when
Deductive reasoning refers to the act of reaching a conclusion by showing that such a conclusion must follow from a set of premises. In contrast, inductive reasoning refers to the
Inductive thinking is the process of building an idea by having several factors that may lead to generate this main idea. E.g: Pre-ideas A, B, C, and D will leads you to great idea
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